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    Veteran Member escavader's Avatar
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    Default 2 ft overnight ,and stuck

    Here ya go ,laugh away,The snow was up to the top of the windows of the house and i got the idea id remove it with the blower.Well i did get er done,after this first pass. Itugged her out with my JEEP.Looks kinda tiny in that snow bankin
    ALAN
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    Default Re: 2 ft overnight ,and stuck

    I only got 6" or so here last night, so it looks like you guys really got clobbered! Hey, as long as you got it out, life is good! Thanks for the pictures, and good luck with the rest of the job...
    B2620,Loaded R-4's , Wallenstein BX42 chipper, Bush Hog SQ148 RC, 4' x 8' chain harrow, Blizzard 54" 3PT snowblower, Tirechains. com v-bar duo grip chains (hate them), Simplicity Legacy with 48"mmm, turbo collector, Country Line carry all, Countryline Middlebuster, Woods 48" BB, Kubota QA for loader, Kubota forks, Kuhn EL23 rototiller, and more to come...

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    Platinum Member thavil's Avatar
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    Default Re: 2 ft overnight ,and stuck

    Snow envy!! We've had 2" here in the DC area and you guys up north are having all of the fun!! Nice pics escavader, keep them coming.
    BX24, 60" MMM, Woods HC48 Rotary Cutter, W.R Long Flat Toothbar, 4' Farm Force Box Blade, Leinbach 7200JR PHD w/ 12" & 9" augers, Cosmo XB 3PH spreader, Pat's Easy Change, Front & Rear Bro-Tek Skid Plates, BXpanded Under Armor/Brush Forks/BH Dolly/Bucket Hooks/Tool Pouch/Work Lights, drag harrow, Larry's Mower Axle Stands, 52" Rachet Rake, Millcreek manure spreader

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    Default Re: 2 ft overnight ,and stuck

    You can't get fool us Escavader. Spring finally arrived at your place and your tractor has finally re-emerged from the snowbank you parked it in.
    EtW - Kubota B2620

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    Default Re: 2 ft overnight ,and stuck

    Cool picture

    Could AlGore be wrong?
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    Default Re: 2 ft overnight ,and stuck

    I haven't even had the snowblower on the tractor in nearly a month. Forecast was for 2" to 4" today but looked more like 2 or 4 flakes in the air. The sun is shining right now and only a few clouds on the horizon.
    At least there was room left to get the door open, be bad to get trapped in the cab
    Rod.
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    Default Re: 2 ft overnight ,and stuck

    Golly, did that roof unload on you!

    We had rain and now a few flurries.
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    Default Re: 2 ft overnight ,and stuck

    Amazing pictures! We only got about 4" of very wet heavy snow. Got up at 3 this morning and got it cleared. On the road to VA by 5. By the time I got to southern CT there wasn't any snow to be found. Rolled into Winchester, VA and it is fairly cold and windy but, not a lick of snow.

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    Default Re: 2 ft overnight ,and stuck

    Indeed old man winter pay you folks visit...just saw on the news someplaces in Maine tatol out 28"....YIKES.

    11"here,but the snow drifts the little mule did double duty...Mrs. ask if plane was going to land,yep push the banks waaaay back....like the your cab setup.

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    No plow would go thu that, just got done digging out a driveway drift.....wish I had ablower like you. Good Luck.

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